Timmy Ka, Process Improvement/Research Analyst, G3 Enterprises
Proper oxygen management during the bottling of wine is critical to ensuring long shelf life. If the package contains too much oxygen at bottling, the wine’s aromas, flavors and mouthfeel can be damaged due to oxidation reactions. Total Package Oxygen (TPO) is the term for quantifying the total amount of oxygen in the package. TPO therefore is directly determined by measuring the oxygen dissolved in the wine and in the package’s headspace and adding these values together. Studies have shown that from 60 to 80% of the overall TPO can come from the oxygen in the package’s headspace. Thus, measuring and controlling oxygen must be done at bottling to ensure the wine remains acceptable for extended periods. TPO is a crucial control factor in increasing a wine’s shelf life. G3 recently installed a new bottling line and used JMP 13 PRO to help visualize several key critical to quality characteristics, including TPO. Further analysis of the data helped to identify ways the bottling personnel could drastically reduce the process variation which, in turn, reduced TPO variation.
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Hello, I am trying to create a toolbar shortcut (icon) buttons for two functions I use repeatedly when I am creating prediction models. Can someone help show me how to create the toolbar shortcut button for the following two items? 1) Save Prediction Formulas I would like to have a button I can click on to save the Prediction Formula (no matter what the modeling platform or personality I use). Currently, after I create a model and after I evaluate the model's prediction diagnostics, I would choose the "Save Prediction Formula" option from the red triangle hotspot. It would be a great time saver if I could simply click on the icon (just like how JMP 12 included an icon to save the script to the data table). 2) Run Goodness-of-Fit Test (for all highlighted columns....mainly used for checking how well, normally distributed the residual plots are) After I create a prediction model, I would evaluate certain model diagnostics (VIFs, RSquared, RSquared Adj, Residual Plots, etc.). I would first save the residual plots as a new column. I would then run the "Distribution"->Fit Continuous->Normal->Goodness of Fit test. Again, if I had a toolbar button I can use to run this test, that would save me a lot of time. Thank you. Tim FYI. I tried using the "View->Customize->Menu and Toolbars" feature but I couldn't locate the Save Prediction Formula and Goodness-of-Fit test commands. I tried using the scripting help but I am not familiar with the scripting language or how to use it correctly.
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hi Tim, take a look at this add in as a first step. Model Diagnostics and Transformations in the video at 5:50 it discusses a comparison of results with different transformations of the Y. ron
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